As the weather gets colder, we tend to make our spaces feel warmer. While that can mean filling your space with blankets and lighting a fire, it can also reflect the tones and decor in the space. We love to combine the trend with minimalism. The trick is to use natural textures and colors combined with substantial pieces of decor to make the home feel light and inviting.

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Our must-haves for a warm and minimal space? Let’s start with the rug. A natural rug is the best choice. Whether it’s a woven, jute rug or a soft wool with a natural pattern, it sets the tone for the space and has everything to do with the level of comfort.


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 From our  Mercer Island Project

From our Mercer Island Project

 Design by  Nicole Davis Interiors

Design by Nicole Davis Interiors

The paint color is everything, especially if you don’t have a lot of natural light filling the space. Ideally, the lighting is simple, but attracts attention. It makes a statement without looking like an art installation.


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 Design by  JDP Interiors



Design by JDP Interiors

To keep things feeling light and airy, we choose pieces of decor with natural materials and texture, and colors that remind you of the outdoors.


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 From our  OC Ranch Remodel

From our OC Ranch Remodel


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 Design by Nicole Salceda of  Eye for Pretty

Design by Nicole Salceda of Eye for Pretty

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